King Kazu continues to break his record as the oldest player in the league

Yokohama FC’s Striker Kazuyoshi Miura also known as “Kingu Kazu”, who started on the bench got called on the field at the 45th-minute mark of the second half. Kazu was part of the team’s 4 consecutive games at the J-League’s Luvian Cup this season but has not played until this day. He did not score, but at 54 years and 2 months and 2 days old, he broke his record as the oldest player in the cup. Kazu began his career in Brazil and was arguably Japan’s first superstar in football when the Japanese professional League J-League was launched in 1993.

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